Olympic Gold - Summit of Achievement
All Everest expeditions are special but this one has a unique purpose.
Adventure cameraman Keith Partridge, who has a base in Scotland's Fife is on location in Nepal filming an expedition lead by Kenton Cool ahead of the 2012 Olympics.
The plan was to broadcast live from the summit on Friday, 25th May and sure enough, they have succeeded in getting a 1924 Olympic medal to the summit of the world's highest mountain, Everest.
The medal was awarded to Arthur Wakefield, one of the members of the unsuccessful 1922 Everest expedition, by Baron Pierre de Coubertin, at the 1924 inaugural Winter Olympics, in honour of the team’s efforts.
Kenton Cool said from Base Camp, 'If Mount Everest permits it, this will be the final act of the 1922 Everest expedition team and we hope that it will be a fitting tribute to the 21 men who won Olympic medals that year.'
Take a look at the broadcast from Everest on the UK's BBC.
TayScreen is delighted that Keith gave a fantastic talk at one of our 10th Anniversary events this year., who is based in fife was able to has linked to Keith's video diaries of the expedition (Samsung is an expedition sponsor) at FifeTay TV.